If you plan to travel somewhere this year, travel to Pakistan before going abroad and try new things.
To help you in this regard, we have compiled a list where you can find out which places in Pakistan you can make an unforgettable experience a part of your life.
This list contains the most beautiful lakes in Pakistan.
10 Most Beautiful Places in Pakistan
So here is the list of the top 10 places in Pakistan you must visit once in a lifetime.
1. Saif al-Muluk Lake
The most famous and beautiful lake of Mansehra district is Saif-ul-Muluk, which is famous here because of a legendary story, the story of Saif-ul-Muluk. This is the love story of a Persian prince and a fairy. Lake Saif al-Muluk is located in the northern part of the Kagan Valley, at an altitude of about 3244 meters above sea level.
Queen Mountain and other mountains are reflected in it which adds to its beauty, especially when it travels fourteen kilometers from Naran to Lake Saif al-Muluk and at first sight, it becomes a bit magical. And it seems that Allah has sent Paradise down to earth.
And if you go and see this lake in winter, you will have a very unique experience because compared to summer, people are not there in this season while there is an opportunity to see a unique style of beauty.
2. Lolusar Lake
Lake Lolusar is situated at a distance of approximately 350000 meters from Mansehra. Located at an altitude of 3353 m on Naran Chilas Road, Lolusar Lake is located at a distance of one hour from the town of Naran on the border of Kagan Valley and Kohistan. Every year a large number of birds and tourists from Russia come to this lake.
Lolusar is actually the name of a combination of high hills and lakes, tourists who come to Naran must come to see Lolusar Lake and Lolusar Lake is the main source of water in the angry river Kunhar.
The water of the lake is as clear as glass and the reflection of the snow-capped mountains of Lolusar captivates the viewers when they see the clear water of the lake. It is a sight to behold.
3. Dodi Pat Sar Lake
Dodi Pat Sar Lake is located at an altitude of 4,175 meters in the extreme north of the Kagan Valley and can be reached in a four-hour drive from the Jalkhad area of Naran. In the local language, Dodi Pat Sar means milky white water.
Of the lake. But the color of the lake is not white, but blue. In fact, the reflection in the water of the snow-capped mountains adjacent to it makes it look like a milk canal from afar, and possibly for this reason.
The area enchants tourists to set up their tents and enjoy the natural beauty and solitude. Lake Dodi Patsar is a lake surrounded by beautiful snow-capped peaks. Getting there is a very difficult and arduous task.
It is possible to reach this lake by walking for at least seven to twelve hours in extremely difficult and difficult gorges, which is related to seeing the pastures and green water around the lake.
4. Paaye Lake,پائے جھیل
Pye Lake is located in the green plains of Pai near Sugaran in the Kagan Valley. It is about 9,500 feet high. It is surrounded by Makra Peak, Malika Parbat, Musa Da Masla, and the mountains of Kashmir.
5. Shandor Lake
Shandor Lake has a polo ground. which is 4.8km long and 1.6km wide. Rare birds live in this lake and the interesting thing is that there is no apparent discharge of water from this lake, ie the water appears to be stagnant in the lake, but according to experts, the water through the underground way goes to solaspur and langer.
6. Kachura Lake
Kachura lake is a fresh and clean water lake having a depth of about 75 meters. In summer, the daytime temperature here is 10 to 15 degrees Celsius while in winter the temperature is 10 degrees Celsius. The freezing point falls far below.
7. Lake Sadpara
Located at an altitude of 8,500 feet above sea level, this beautiful lake is full of fresh water and has rocky cliffs on two or three sides. In winter, snow falls on these mountains, and when the snow begins to melt in early summer, not only their water but also the water of the natural streams flowing from Deosai National Park, a few hours away, flows into it. Falls
Sadpara is a Balti word meaning seven gates because it is a Diomalai story, which means that there used to be a village where this lake is centuries ago.
It is said that one day an old man came to this village in the guise of a poor man to test the people. They asked the villagers for food and drink, but no one helped them except a carpenter.
The old man was angry with the villagers and cursed them, but at the same time praying that the good old woman who had helped him would not be harmed.
The prayer was accepted and the village was overturned overnight and a spring of water burst in its place and as soon as we saw it, the water turned into a big lake.
Surprisingly, however, the water was far away from the house of the kind-hearted old woman, so the island is still intact.
8. Lake Sheosar
Lake Sheosar is situated in Gilgit-Baltistan. It is about 203 km long, 1.8 km wide, and 40 m deep on average. Sheosar lake is present at a very high altitude, as it comes in the list of highest lakes in the world, having deep blue waters, colorful flowers snow-covered mountains, and lush green grass around it.
It takes several hours to walk around Lake Sheosar, which can be used to estimate its size
9. Lake Attaabad
Lake Attaabad is one of the largest freshwater reservoirs. The water of this lake, which is 22 km long and 220 feet deep, has come to a standstill in a narrow mountain pass due to the stagnation of the Hunza River, which is formed by melting the Karakoram ice and glaciers.
The green water of the lake, at the signal of strong winds blowing in the narrow pass, creates waves on the surface of the water in a very attractive way.
More than 18km of the Karakoram Highway has been flooded due to the lake’s erosion, which has paralyzed traffic. Now the only way to cross the lake by boat is to reach the village of Husseini.
10. Bored Lake
Located in the village of Hussaini near Gojal in the upper part of the Hunza Valley, this lake can be said to be the most beautiful, but the bridge called Hussaini is just as dangerous for the people above it to cross, one way from the city of Gilgit to the lake Boreth arrives.
The journey takes three to four hours on foot, but there are dangerous cracks in the glacier, so crossing it without the help of local guides can be dangerous.
Lake Borit originates from the waters of these glaciers and is a great place for birds and nature lovers to migrate from Central Asia.
So these are some amazing and beautiful sites in Pakistan, I hope you enjoy them.
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